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The Premuda Family History

Research performed by Guido Premuda.
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Stemma della famiglia Premuda
Coat of arms of the Premuda family

 Sintesi (di Guido Premuda):

Molto probabilmente l'origine della famiglia è a Venezia, perchè gli avi nel 1500 erano la'. Successivamente probabilmente si sposta nel 1700-1800 a Lussino (l’attuale Losinj, Croazia) che era parte della Repubblica di Venezia. Infine spostata forzatamente (in seguito all’annessione dell’isola alla Yugoslavia dopo la seconda guerra mondiale) a Trieste nel dopoguerra, dove attualmente vive il maggior numero di persona con cognome Premuda in Italia.

L'origine del cognome PREMUDA probabilmente deriva dal prefisso PRE (prima, vicino a) e dalla parola MUDA, nome della carovana navale commerciale della Repubblica di Venezia.

Il nome dell'isola di Premuda sembra derivi dal nome di famiglia e non viceversa. Il nome all’isola fu assegnato in onore del capitano Antonio Premuda che combattè e scacciò i turchi dalla zona.

 

Summary (by Guido Premuda):

Most likely the origin of the family is in Venice, because the ancestors were there in the 1500 century. Then the family probably moves in 1700-1800 century to Lussino (now Losinj, Croatia), which was part of the Republic of Venice. Finally forcibly moves (due to the island's annexation to Yugoslavia after the Second World War) to Trieste, where the largest number of people with surname Premuda in Italy is living currently.

The origin of the surname PREMUDA probably derives from the prefix PRE (before, near to) and the word MUDA, name of commercial ship caravan of the Republic of Venice.

The name of the island of Premuda likely comes from the family name and not vice versa. It seems that the name of the island was given in honour of Captain Antonio Premuda, who fought the Turks and drove them away from the area.


Nuove informazioni!
Il Comandante Gianni Premuda ricevette una medaglia (1535) dall'Imperatore Carlo V per le imprese nella flotta dell'Ammiraglio Andrea Doria.
Nel 1541 Gianni Premuda fu nominato Ammiraglio dall'Imperatore Carlo V dal quale ricevette il titolo di nobiltà di Barone per avere salvato l'Imperatore da un tentativo di ammutinamento. 

- La medaglia dell'Imperatore Carlo V a Gianni Premuda

Fonte/Source: Eugenio Premuda  


Dettagli / Details:

1a) Avi nel 1500-1600 a Venezia  

33. Angelica Premuda - International Genealogical Index / SE
Gender: Female Marriage: 20 JUN 1588 Riello, , Venezia, Italy

41. NATALE ANDREA PREMUDA - International Genealogical Index / SE
Gender: Male Christening: 03 DEC 1594 Venezia, Venezia, Italy

36. FRANCESCO PIETRO PREMUDA - International Genealogical Index / SE
Gender: Male Christening: 16 OCT 1596 Venezia, Venezia, Italy

35. CATTARINA SANTA PREMUDA - International Genealogical Index / SE
Gender: Female Christening: 01 NOV 1597 Venezia, Venezia, Italy

42. PIETRO NATALE PREMUDA - International Genealogical Index / SE
Gender: Male Christening: 28 DEC 1598 Venezia, Venezia, Italy

39. ELISABETTA MARIA PREMUDA - International Genealogical Index / SE
Gender: Female Christening: 17 AUG 1656 Venezia, Venezia, Italy

38. GIUSEPPE ANDREA PREMUDA - International Genealogical Index / SE
Gender: Male Christening: 20 NOV 1657 Venezia, Venezia, Italy

32. ANDREA GIROLAMO PREMUDA - International Genealogical Index / SE
Gender: Male Christening: 20 OCT 1659 Venezia, Venezia, Italy

Fonte/Source: International Genealogical Index: www.familysearch.org

1b) Avi nel 1700-1800 a Lussingrande  

12. Gaspar Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Male Birth: About 1755 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

4. Mrs. Antonia Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Female Birth: 1761 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

17. Joannes Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Male Birth: 26 NOV 1793 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

5. Antonia Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Female Birth: 21 NOV 1820 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

13. Gaspare Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Male Birth: 05 MAY 1822 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

19. Joannes Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Male Birth: 17 SEP 1828 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

26. Justina Annuntiata Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Female Birth: 26 MAR 1831 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

27. Lucia Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Female Birth: 18 DEC 1845 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

22. Giovanni Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Male Birth: 22 JUL 1853 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

6. Antonia Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Female Birth: 11 NOV 1857 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

16. Giovanna Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Female Birth: 12 JUN 1862 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

7. Antonio Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Male Birth: 29 MAR 1865 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

15. Elena Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Female Birth: 07 FEB 1867 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

24. Giuseppe Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Male Birth: 08 APR 1870 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

9. Antonio Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Male Birth: 23 OCT 1890 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

23. Giovanni Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Male Birth: 21 JAN 1892 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

25. Giuseppe Premuda - International Genealogical Index / CE
Gender: Male Birth: 31 MAY 1895 Lussin Grande, Hrvatska, Yugoslavia

 Fonte/Source: International Genealogical Index: www.familysearch.org

2a) Avo Capitano Antonio Premuda

Da una ricerca Araldica effettuata negli anni '60 su commissione di mio Nonno paterno Eugenio Premuda, risulta il Capitano di vascello Antonio Premuda (1726-1804), Luogotenente della Repubblica di Venezia.

Fonte/Source: Guido Premuda

 

2b) Avo Capitano Antonio Premuda

"the 215-tonne brigantine Achille, with 14 men captained by Antonio Premuda from Lusin (Dalmatia) ... transporting around 3,500 quintals of a variety of acorn used in dyeing and tanning, which yielded proceeds of 73,556 francs ..."

Source: Barbary Corsairs: the end of a legend, 1800-1820 Di Daniel Panzac

 

2c) Avo Capitano Antonio Premuda

Tansa (tassa) sopra il commercio e navigazione. Approvata con decreto della Municipalità provvisoria Veneziana.  15 Giugno 1797.
Brigantino Capitanio
Antonio Premuda - 200 ducati

Fonte/Source

 

3) Premuda Family History (by Mario Premuda)

I've been interested in finding out more about my family's [Premuda side] heritage. My grandfather on my mom's side has done an amazing job of tracking his families lineage and I would like to do the same for my dad's side. Read below for something I dug up thanks to Kim Premuda, my grandpa's cousin. The following was received February 29, 1996, from Mario Premuda in Genoa, Italy. Giovanni is Mario’s son, and Luigi is Mario’s grandfather. Dear Kim: Giovanni requested me to write for you what I know about our family name. It is out of doubt that Premuda family originated in the island of Lussino (Losjini in croatian). This is the smaller one in a system of two islands: Cherso and Lussino, joined by a narrow bridge of land, and located just south of Istria peninsula between Italy and Croatia. Probably the word Premuda has no meaning, as Giovanni wrote, but there are other versions which I heard from an uncle of mine who spent the last part of his life in Greece and over there died a few years ago. According to him, it is a late latin/early venetian name: Pre-Muda, which would mean “Near to / by (Pre) - The post station where the horses were changed (Muda)”. According to this version, the family was living on the main land and then was pushed to the islands by the barbarian hordes of Slaves and Unns. In effect, Lussino used to be a part of the Illirian province of Roman Empire. When the western empire fell, it remained under the eastern empire of Bisantium and later on, when it developed as a regional and then world wide power (of the then known world!), it came under the rule of the Republic of Venice. To Venice it can be reported the strong Italian feeling of Lussino people, who spoke a venetian dialect as well as all the rest of Dalmatia did, together with a sort of croatian dialect which was spoken by inland people and by the most modest member of Lussinian community. When Venice was “sold” by Napoleon to Austria, Lussino became a part of the Austrian Empire who lasted until 1918 (My father was born in 1907 under Austrian rule). It fought then its being part of Italy against the pressure of Great Britain and France who planned a larger Yugoslavia. My father died in 1941, when I was two, in an Italian submarine. On being a comparatively small island the cradle of the family, it was pretty easy for some relatives of ours who had Premuda’s blood and a good inclination to, to trace our ancestry back to the late 15th century. I am told that an aunt of mine, Letizia, who married a brother of my father, and now lives at Trieste has a very complete lineage tree. The one I have, which concerns my branch, goes back to a Giovanni Premuda who, in the year 1655, used to be “Padrone di Legni a Cabotaggio” which means “enabled to be captain within the limits of Mediterranean Sea”. The son of his son Matteo, Antonio Premuda, was an admiral of the Venetian navy during the war of Tunis of 1765 and was later the first Lussinian captain to sail with a brick to London. From then on the Premudas were Captains and Shipowners. Owned by a Premuda was the first steamer sailing in the Adriatic sea. The last ship owned by the family was “Gardenia”, a 5,000 tons ship (Not bad for the years between the two wars) owned by my Grandfather Luigi as part of the shipping company “Liburnica”. The present “Premuda” Shipping line was originally owned by another branch of the family. At present my fortunes are quite distant from those of our shipownerish past! I do really trust that your supplying the record of your ancestry will enable me to find in Trieste the connection which you are looking for. One more “colorful” item which might please you: When packing the household of my grandfather’s villa at Lussino for running away from the Yugoslavian communists to whom the island had been granted by the winning Allieds further to the second World War, a cousin of mine, Giuliano Cosulich, is reported to have found a parchment by which an Antonio Premuda was nominated baron of the Holy roman empire by the Emperor Charles the 5th of Spain further to his successfully fighting the turks away from the island, located south of Lussino which, from then, bore the name of Premuda. I do not know where this document is now or whether it did really exist at all, but it is a fact that we have a family coat of arms: A cock, on a green hill, singing at the rising sun. I am looking forward to receive your information. All the best by Mario Premuda. |W|P|109059981917406759|W|P|Premuda Family History|W|P|7/23/2004 11:58:00 AM|W|P|JP|W|P|

Fonte/Source (blog)

 

4) Araldica Google:

“Questa famiglia, che ha il cognome di un'isola del circondatario di Zara, ed è originaria da quei luoghi, ebbe la contea di Prevasto. Bernardo era cavaliere di S. Giorgio, ed avo di un altro Bernardo sazador di ... “

Bibliografia IL LIBRO D'ARGENTO FAM. VENETE V.1-2-3  

Fonte/Source

 

5) Uso dei cognomi

 “Le genealogie acquistarono chiarezza e precisione quando si estese l'uso dei cognomi -- che fino alla fine del secolo XII era privilegio delle classi più alte -- e quando cominciò il tramandarsi del cognome; invero, solo alla fine del XV secolo, in seguito alle disposizioni del Concilio di Trento (1545–1563) sulla tenuta dei libri baptizatorum affidati ai Parroci, i cognomi assunsero una certa stabilità, potendo, ogni individuo, sino alla definitiva creazione dello stato civile da parte dello Stato (in Italia dopo il 1861), assumere un cognome diverso da quello del proprio padre e mutarlo nel corso della vita.”

Fonte/Source: Araldica Guelfi Camaiani

 


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